Press release;selected postcards with images of the clothes and some text about "the body", "the product," and "the sign" (front and back); "Package Deal" on Material World
WEDNESDAY MAY 6, 1998 – SATURDAY JUNE 13, 1998Questioning the relationship between art and fashion, consumerism and waste, bodywrappInc. by Annette Meyer consisted of 100 archetypal business suits made from disposable plastic packaging. By displaying the hand-tailored clothing, made from brilliantly patterned packaging from three continents, in a gallery setting, Meyer sought to highlight the disconnect between the familiarity of the garments themselves and the alien nature of the chosen material.
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ABBYY FineReader 11.0 (Extended OCR)
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